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(Video) Benefits of Showing Respect During Police Contacts

Sgt. Steve Fish of the Racine (WI) Police Department discusses how officers can get more out of a variety of contacts—with offenders, witnesses, or the general public—by simply showing some respect.

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Video: Texas Police Release Body Camera Footage of Controversial Arrest

The Galveston (TX) Police Department released body camera footage of an arrest that sparked some outrage in August.

Minnesota Off-Duty Officers Told to Not Wear Uniforms to Political Events

The Minneapolis Police Department has told its officers that they may no longer wear their uniform while attending political events when off duty.

Little Law Enforcement Lies

What we tell crooks and citizens is not always wholly truthful, but sometimes it's what they need to hear.

(Video) Addressing the Issue of De-Policing in America

POLICE Contributing Web Editor Doug Wyllie sits down with Below 100 Executive Director Roy Bethge to discuss the issue of de-policing in America.

Florida Rapper Films Music Video in Police Department Building

A South Florida rapper reportedly filmed his latest music video in part in the headquarters building of the Aventura Police Department—something the agency didn't know about until the video went viral.

Pennsylvania School Police Officers to Lose Arrest Powers

Seven months after a Snyder County judge granted full arrest powers to Selinsgrove Area School District Police Chief Mark Wolfberg and two of his part-time officers, Pennsylvania lawmakers have stripped much of their authority away.

(Video) Mitigating the Tragedy of Blue-on-Blue Deaths

Don Alwes discusses the problem of blue-on-blue accidental shootings, especially with plainclothes and off-duty officers, and how to prevent these incidents.

Dave Smith: The Great Badge Eating Monster

In today's political climate, one action or comment others don't like could cost you your job.

Florida Recordings of Mass Shootings No Longer Public Record

The bill applies to government photo, audio, and video recordings that show the deaths of three or more people, not including the perpetrator, in an incident of mass violence.